use patronisation in a sentence.
Propergander and patronisation … the real way to motivate your staff.
And then, back through Commonweal, comes a piece of up to the minute patronisation of women -- a conservative Catholic trying to explain the excommunication of Sister Margaret McBride.
An orgy of platitude and patronisation and the seed which broke the Met's back.
Never underestimate the power of patronisation, especially if you're a middle-aged man talking to a young woman.
The lack of support and patronisation is the prime reason for this.